Haiku, Senryu, and an occasional Haibun or Cinquain
I really like that poem of yours, for one thing, I love watching pigeons and the things that they do.
ah, all those coins ending up in the pigeons' nests?
Pigeons do strut - I watch them in my yard - but even more strutty are blackbirds and robins. I love how they actually walk instead of hop. They always look like they have attitude - well not the robins but the blackbirds. always enjoy your haikus.
crows will treasure a shiny findbut pigeons prefer the eating kind~very neat, _m.Jan
Hier haben die Ringeltauben die Stadt erobert.Auch in unserem Garten brüten sie. Sie sind liederliche Nestbauer, manchmalfallen die Eier heraus. Aber ihre Kommunikation ist gigantisch!Lieber Magyar, ich bewundere immer wieder gern deine Beobachtungen, die duin feine Wortgedanken setzen kannst.LG; Rachel
Pigeons are strange birds. They can't seem to keep their heads still as they strut about. The strut is less conspicuous in the presence of the enemy, the seagull.
I fully appreciate your comments... _m
Ha...visions of the more elite pigeons' nests lined with coins fill my head!;)Imagine what happens when the lost coins are spotted by a magpie - all that glitters etc....Really cool post, Doug.:))
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